Led by Worship Associates Courtney Belolan and Sally Sapienza. We will set intentions for the new year, and reflect on what to let go of in order to live up to that intention.
In the Skidompha Atrium
It’s our annual candlelight Christmas Eve service! “Heaven encompasses and inhabits earth,” writes Jan Robinson, “spilling into this present life.” Tonight we’ll tell the traditional story from Luke’s Gospel, sing carols, and create wonder on this holy night.
Rabbi Lisa Vinikoor, spiritual leader of Beth Israel Congregation in Bath and Hillel rabbi at Bowdoin College, will talk about Sanctuary in the Jewish Tradition. Rabbi Vinikoor came to the rabbinate after a fourteen career as a teacher and social justice organizer in Boston and … read more.
The service will feature a three-part story with accompanying poems.
Rev. Lara K-J Campbell is the 26th called Minister at First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church of Kennebunk, Maine. She is a fifth-generation Unitarian, raised as a Unitarian Universalist in northern Minnesota.
Previously, Lara served as … read more.
Advent is a period of expectation; of holding the hope. Like winter, Advent reminds us that good things demand our patience; good things take time. But we also know that life is short and that we can make mistakes by waiting for things that never … read more.